Tax troubles tempt U.S. politicians to permit pot

One of the truly unexpected side effects of the Great Recession is an upswing in the number of American cities and states considering legalizing marijuana – for the purpose of taxing the popular recreational drug. Despite it being illegal in the U.S., nearly 40% of adults have tried it, about twice ...

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